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They came in all colours, shapes and flavours…

Staff from Wollens’ county-wide offices have been doing their bit for charity.

Raising cash for the Lullaby Trust which supports families who have lost babies through Sudden Infant Death Syndrome has been the aim.

And baking anything from cupcakes to sausage rolls has been the name of the game.

Money has been raised through selling the tasty treats to staff at Wollens’ offices in Torquay, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Dartmouth and Barnstaple or by guessing the weight of giant cakes.

The fund-raising was co-ordinated by Wollens’ trusts administrator Laura Marsden and trainee solicitor Rebekah Bayliss.

The cousin of Wollens partner, Katrina Vollentine, was supported by this service after sadly losing his first child, Jack Daniel, to SIDS at the age of just one.

Laura said: “The Lullaby Trust gave so much support. The family were given a befriender who helped in so many ways. They now have three children who were all on the Care of the Next Infant programme funded by the Trust.”

A total of £750 was raised including a £250 donation from Wollens.

“Thanks to everyone across the firm for such a tremendous response and particularly to the bakers who volunteered – hoorah! So, no more cakes for a while,” said Laura.